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GRASSROOTS CAMPAIGNS

Make The Switch Now!

Large National Retail Pharmacy Chains (CVS, Rite-Aid, and Walgreens) are applying for certification to sell abortion pills to women and girls in NYS and EVERY STATE WHERE ABORTION IS LEGAL. Despite the overturn of Roe vs. Wade, abortions are still legal in thirty-three (33) states, including states with abortion bans currently blocked by courts.

Chemical abortion kills human beings and increases health risks for women. Retail pharmaceutical sale of abortion pills is deadly for unborn children and harmful for women.  

 

As long as privately owned pharmacies continue to resist selling abortion pills we will continue to PROMOTE AND SUPPORT them.

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Chemical abortions (abortion pills) kill human beings and increase health risks for women. Retail pharmaceutical sale of abortion pills is deadly for unborn children and potentially harmful for women. 

 

Human beings begin their lives at conception, according to established scientific consensus. Over 328,770 unborn children died by chemical abortion in 2020 according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Guttmacher Institute

 

Science demonstrates: Abortion pills are four times riskier than surgical abortions, and elevate the likelihood of health complications for women and girls. Medication abortions are over fifty percent (50%) more likely than surgical abortions to result in a visit to an  emergency department within thirty (30) days post-abortion; impacting one in twenty (20) females. 

The risks of chemical abortion include hemorrhaging, fever,  incomplete abortion, and other complications such as, infection, endometritis, pelvic inflammatory disease, on-going pregnancy, and uterine rupture. More than ten percent (10%) of women who undergo chemical abortions need follow up treatment for incomplete or failed abortions. 

The dangers of medication abortion increase as the embryo grows, and are potentially lethal for women and girls experiencing ectopic pregnancies.  On average, almost forty percent (40%) of women ingesting abortion pills during their second trimester of pregnancy require surgery.  NY fails to require ultrasounds occur pre-chemical abortions, the surest, most reliable and accurate method for determining the gestational age of an unborn child or whether a pregnancy is ectopic.

Further, simply dispensing chemical abortions, without adequate safeguards, also impedes the ability to detect and address any coercion that may have been exerted on a woman to abort her child. Studies show a sizable percentage of women who undergo abortion are coerced to do so by violent intimate partners and/or sex traffickers.

FCLNY's Pro-Woman, Pro-Life Media Campaign

FCLNY's Billboards!

 

STOP CALLING VIOLENCE FEMINISM

ABORTION DESTROYS HUMAN LIFE

Buffalo and Seneca Falls, NY

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IT'S NO LONGER A NY SEPARATE CRIME FOR ABUSERS TO KILL VIABLE UNBORN CHILDREN IN ATTACKS ON THIER MOTHERS

Albany, NY

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KILLING IS NOT PROGRESSIVE 

Buffalo, NY

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NEW YORK, YOU'RE DYING. STOP KILLING 

Buffalo, NY

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FCLNY's Radio Ads!

 Radio Stations

(WRVE-FM) 99.5 FM, (WRVO) 89.9 FM, (WRVH) 89.3 FM, (WRVN) 91.9 FM, (WRVJ) 91.7 FM, (WMVQ) 90.5 FM, (WRCU) 90.1 FM Colgate University, (WSUC) 90.5 FM SUNY Cortland, 90.7 FM, 88.9 FM, 89.9 FM, 92.3 FM, 88.3 FM, 99.6 FM, 89.3 FM, 91.1 FM, 88.7 FM, 90.9 FM, 89.9 FM, 91.7 FM, 90.9 FM,

Feminists Choosing Life of New York, educating on whole-life feminism, the consistent life ethic and the availability of life-affirming resources to underserved women in New York.  FCLNY.ORG

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Feminists Choosing Life of New York, educating on the impacts and root causes of violence against underserved women and children in New York, and raising awareness on available life-affirming resources and services for families. FCLNY.ORG 

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"New York's abortion rate is twice the national average. Contrary to pro-choice messaging: Abortion is not health care or empowering. Studies show abortion increases women's risk of depression and anxiety. Check out Feminists Choosing Life of New York at FCLNY.ORG."

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FCLNY's PUBLIC FORUM CANVASSING DRIVE

Connecting With People One on One

 QUESTIONNAIRE CAMPAIGN ON

NY ABORTION POLICY & WOMEN'S NEEDS.

FCLNY's Public Awareness Campaign on NY Abortion Policy & Women's Needs 

 

FCLNY is looking to better understand the public's knowledge of NY abortion policy and women's needs, especially poor women facing unplanned pregnancies. We want to more effectively educate the public on NY abortion policy, including its impacts on women and children.

Inaccuracies, confusion and gaps in knowledge concerning NY's abortion policy appear rampant within NY's body politic. New Yorkers deserve an accurate and comprehensive understanding of the policies that impact them and their families.

 

FCLNY also wants to gain more insight regarding the public's understanding of the most pressing, unmet needs of women and children in NY. We want to better educate on these needs, through partnerships and tailored projects.

Join us on a canvass! Email info@fclny.org 

Petition Drive Against Capital Punishment 

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Spread the word on PRO-LIFE FEMINISM with a t-shirt, tote or sticker!

Email us at info@fclny.org for MERCH!

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 Downloadable signs below! Reach out with questions!

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All Black Lives Matter. 

In every circumstance. No matter what. 

Click on the title above to download and print the FULL REPORT

For Signs message us at info@fclny.org 

Systemic racism is embedded into the very fabric of American society; no institution is left unscathed. In fact, our treatment of black lives exemplifies the adage, “the more things change, the more they remain the same.” Our country was built on the labor of African slaves, and the abolition of slavery merely changed the terminology of the systems oppressing of black lives. Systemic racism remains entrenched in our criminal justice system, communities, healthcare system, and schools, producing severe racial disparities across each sector.

 

Some people contend that poverty, not racism, is the driving force of inequality across racial groups. While racism and poverty certainly overlap and are interconnected, poverty alone does not account for the racial discrimination and disproportionately negative outcomes that people of color experience in America. Even when socioeconomic status and other confounding variables are controlled for, racial disparities remain. 

 

FCLNY's report, All Black Lives Matter, provides an historical account of systemic racism, contextualizing contemporary racial disparities by diving into America’s dark past and illuminating the systems of oppression that are preventing black Americans from realizing the rights and quality of life they are afforded as human members of our society. By learning our history and developing deeper understandings of systemic racism, we will be better equipped to identify and address racism in our daily lives, serving as anti-racist allies in this nationwide quest for racial justice.

Click on the title above to download and print the FULL INFOGRAPHIC 

Click  on the title above to read this section of the FULL REPORT

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To learn more about institutional racism and its effects

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